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Turkish translation of “see”

see

verb
 
 
/siː/ (present participle seeing, past tense saw, past participle seen)
EYES [I, T] A1 to notice people and things with your eyes
görmek
Have you seen Jo? Turn the light on so I can see.Using the eyesEyesight, glasses and lensesThe eye and surrounding areaPerceptive
UNDERSTAND [I, T] B1 to understand something
anlamak, kavramak, farkına varmak
I see what you mean. I don't see why I should go.Understanding and comprehending
MEET [T] A1 to meet or visit someone
görüşmek, ziyaret etmek, görmek
I'm seeing Peter tonight. You should see a doctor.Meeting peopleOfficial meetingsVisiting
WATCH [T] A2 to watch a film, television programme, etc
seyretmek, bakmak, izlemek
Did you see that film last night?Using the eyesEyesight, glasses and lensesThe eye and surrounding areaPerceptive
INFORMATION [T] B1 to find out information
öğrenmek, bilgi edinmek, bulup öğrenmek
[+ question word] I'll just see what time the train gets in.Finding and discovering
IMAGINE [T] B2 to imagine or think about something or someone in a particular way
hayal etmek, görmek, kabul etmek
I just can't see him as a father.Imagining and conceiving
BELIEVE [T] to believe that something will happen
inanmak, olacağına inanmak
I can't see us finishing on time.Predicting things and intuition
HAPPEN [T] to be the time or place where something happens
tanık olmak, olmak, görmek
This decade has seen huge technological advances.Occurring and happening
see that If you ask someone to see that something happens, you want them to make sure it happens.
bak gör, işte bak, farketmek, hissetmek
Could you see that everyone gets a copy of this letter?Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trappingWanting everything to be right
see sb home/to the station, etc to go somewhere with someone, especially to make sure they are safe
güvende olduğunu görmek, güven/emniyet içinde birini bir yere bırakmak
Let me see you home.Taking someone somewhere or telling them the way
I'll/we'll see used to say that you will make a decision about something later
Hele bakalım/bakayım!', 'Dur bakalım/bakayım!', 'Bir düşüneyim/düşünelim!'
"Dad, can I have a guitar?" "We'll see."Delaying and wasting time
see you informal A1 used for saying goodbye
Görüşürüz!', 'Hadi hoşçakal!', 'Görüşmek üzere!'
→ See also be glad/happy, etc to see the back of sb/sth, see eye to eye (with sb), see redWelcoming, greeting and greetings
(Definition of see from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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